The stock XEN kernel (x86) was broken on 9.0 release, and appears to still
be broken on 9.1 Beta.

 

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From: Jay West [mailto:jw...@ezwind.net] 
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 7:04 PM
To: 'freebsd-xen@freebsd.org'
Subject: stock Xen kernels on 9.0 release

 

>From a stock 9.0 release CD (I tried both i386 and amd64), I install each
under an HVM on Citrix Xenserver (free version, v6.0.201). Both i386 and
amd64 run perfectly. On each VM, I then build a kernel using a stock
unmodified "XEN" config file. One refuses to boot (I think it's the amd64
one), and that issue seems to be in the current open PR's. The other one
starts too boot and then reboots and reboots in an endless loop. That I
can't seem to find in the open PR list. 

 

We're starting a new network buildout and I'd love to get 9.0 (either i386
or amd64) running PVM. Any tips/tricks/ways to make it work?

 

On a separate note, a while back there were some posts about someone working
on a port for xen-tools. Anyone know status on that?

 

Jay West

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